Having beignets and coffee at Cafe du Monde in the heart of the French Quarter of New Orleans is an experience shared by tourists and locals alike. The smell of sweet fried dough and rich coffee. The sound of clanking plates, street performers and people. The sight of a familiar green and white awning behind the bustle of servers running fresh orders of beignets to waiting customers. It is synonymous with the city itself and is familiar to people from every walk of life.
Join a boy and his mother as they make the familiar trek through the city to the French Market to partake of this tradition, celebrating it with their own rendition of the Mother Goose rhyme, Pat a Cake, Pat a Cake, Baker's Man, featuring a distinctly New Orleans twist.